We are seeking a Company Commercial Solicitor to work in our client's busy and sophisticated CoCo department in Milton Keynes. This firm acts for owner-managed businesses, entrepreneurs, foreign subsidiaries based in this area and local institutions. The firm has been a significant player in Milton Keynes for 40 years and punches above its weight in company and … Continue reading NEW VACANCY: Company Commercial Solicitor
The recent case of G (Children: Intractable Dispute)  EWCA Civ 548 is another example of why intractable contact cases are better resolved through mediation rather by a judge.
What is the Implied Duty of Good Faith? Under English law the implied duty of good faith between contracting parties has been described as "playing fair", "coming clean" and "putting one’s cards face upwards on the table" in addition to the general expectation of honesty between the parties. While this particular area of law is … Continue reading English Law is Beginning to Warm Up to an Implied Duty of Good Faith in Contracts
We are seeking a Legal Secretary with residential property conveyancing experience to support our client's busy and growing team in Aylesbury. Duties and Responsibilities: Secretarial duties including typing, digital dictation and dealing with documents and correspondence as directed by fee-earners. Drafting up standard forms and straightforward letters subject to those being checked by the fee … Continue reading Legal Secretary / Residential Property Dept
"CYBER CRIME IS A GROWING PROBLEM IN THE COMPUTER AGE" WHAT CYBER THREATS YOU SHOULD BE AWARE OF? PHISHING It is a method to gather personal information using deceptive emails and websites. Through phishing targets are contacted by email, text message and telephone call to provide sensitive information such as personally identifiable information, banking … Continue reading IS YOUR LAW FIRM AWARE OF CYBER ATTACKS ?
Global Parental Alienation Awareness Day is going to be taking place on Wednesday 25th April 2018. In previous years there have been various events all over the globe, including in the USA, UK, Germany, Canada, France, Denmark, Mexico, Portugal and South Africa. These events are often on the theme of “Bubbles of Love”, and are … Continue reading Get Ready for Global Parental Alienation Awareness Day on 25th April 2018!
The National Association of Alienated Parents officially launched at the House of Commons on 7th March 2018, with several speakers discussing what parental alienation is and how it can be fought. The following day a very comprehensive report was published, entitled “Parental Alienation in the UK”, which can be found here: https://alienatedparentsorguk.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/naap-full-report.pdf . The report … Continue reading A new organisation for parents alienated from their children has been launched at the House of Commons on 7th March 2018
The non-resident parent in a child contact case should always ASK the Court to include in the Order that the grandparents may also have contact with the child and it may be granted even if the grandparents would not otherwise be entitled to such an order. In a recent case (G (A Child)  EWCA … Continue reading The non-resident parent in a child contact case should always ASK the Court to include in the Order that the grandparents may also have contact with the child
The Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims (PAPDC) came into force recently, changing the way in which businesses interact with individuals prior to taking a debt claim to court. It applies to any business when claiming the payment of a debt from an individual (which includes sole traders), so it will not affect business-to-business debt claims. … Continue reading The Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims came into force on 1 October 2017
Brexit Supreme Court ruling on Article 50 vote summary Theresa May must consult Parliament in order to trigger Article 50, the Supreme Court has ruled. Here is a summary of their ruling: Article 50 of the Treaty on the European Union provides, in summary terms, that, if a member state decides to withdraw from the … Continue reading Brexit | Supreme Court | Article 50